Monday April 2, 2018
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3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Rockin' Kids Sing-Along with Stephanie Pepitone

Join East Bay children's musician Stephanie Pepitone for some singing, dancing and an instrument petting zoo. 

Fun for all ages; specializing in early childhood development. Featuring a mix of original children's music, multilingual nursery rhymes and family-friendly rock 'n roll favorites.


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

Join East Bay children's musician Stephanie Pepitone for some singing, dancing and an instrument petting zoo. 

Fun for all ages; specializing in early childhood development. Featuring a mix of original children's music, multilingual nursery rhymes and family-friendly rock 'n roll favorites.


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

 
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Drop-in Knitting Group for All Ages

Work on your own project or make pet blankets and children's hats to be donated to charity organizations.  

Yarn and needles provided for charity projects.

No registration necessary.  

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 ex. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

Work on your own project or make pet blankets and children's hats to be donated to charity organizations.  

Yarn and needles provided for charity projects.

No registration necessary.  

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 ex. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

 
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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
After School Zone

Tuesday April 3, 2018
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3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
After School Zone

Wednesday April 4, 2018
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12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Computer Tutor by Appointment

Confused by computers? A computer docent wil provide one-on-one tutoring to help you learn to use your computer, tablet, or smart phone. You can also learn to log on to the library's computers, get on the Internet, and find what you are looking for.

Appointments are available on Wednesdays at noon and 12:30pm. 

Call the reference desk at 510-526-3720, extension 5


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

Confused by computers? A computer docent wil provide one-on-one tutoring to help you learn to use your computer, tablet, or smart phone. You can also learn to log on to the library's computers, get on the Internet, and find what you are looking for.

Appointments are available on Wednesdays at noon and 12:30pm. 

Call the reference desk at 510-526-3720, extension 5


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

 
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1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Quilters Meet Up

Learn tips and tricks about the art of quilting. Explore color, technique and textile while building community through the love of quilting!

  • Learn new skills.
  • Share your work.
  • Or just come for the inspiration!

The class will be led by Angie Woolman, Bay Area quilt artist and instructor.

All are welcome. Free. Drop-in. No Registration required.

The library is wheelchair accessible. An ASL interpreter will be provided for this program if requested at least 7 days in advance. Voice 925-828-1315 or TDD (888)663-0660

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

LOCATION: Edith Stone Room

Learn tips and tricks about the art of quilting. Explore color, technique and textile while building community through the love of quilting!

  • Learn new skills.
  • Share your work.
  • Or just come for the inspiration!

The class will be led by Angie Woolman, Bay Area quilt artist and instructor.

All are welcome. Free. Drop-in. No Registration required.

The library is wheelchair accessible. An ASL interpreter will be provided for this program if requested at least 7 days in advance. Voice 925-828-1315 or TDD (888)663-0660

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

LOCATION: Edith Stone Room

 
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2:30 PM - 5:30 PM
After School Zone



Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions
 

 
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6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Lawyer in the Library - Sign up in advance

Free 15-minute consultation with an attorney who will clarify your situation, advise you of your options, get you started with a solution, and make a referral when needed.

The Lawyers in the Library Program is a countywide service coordinated by the Alameda County Law Library and staffed by volunteer attorneys. Volunteers provide free consultation and referrals on a wide variety of issues including landlord tenant disputes, probate matters, employment problems, and other general consumer issues. These consultations take place at public libraries (including Alameda County Law Library) on a rotating basis throughout the month. The Lawyers in the Library program is an important step in the library’s mission of providing access to justice its community.

Advance registration is required.

Sign up in person at the Reference desk or call 510-526-3720 ext. 5 during library hours.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

 

LOCATION: Edith Stone Room

Free 15-minute consultation with an attorney who will clarify your situation, advise you of your options, get you started with a solution, and make a referral when needed.

The Lawyers in the Library Program is a countywide service coordinated by the Alameda County Law Library and staffed by volunteer attorneys. Volunteers provide free consultation and referrals on a wide variety of issues including landlord tenant disputes, probate matters, employment problems, and other general consumer issues. These consultations take place at public libraries (including Alameda County Law Library) on a rotating basis throughout the month. The Lawyers in the Library program is an important step in the library’s mission of providing access to justice its community.

Advance registration is required.

Sign up in person at the Reference desk or call 510-526-3720 ext. 5 during library hours.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

 

LOCATION: Edith Stone Room

 
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6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Poetry Writing Workshop with Christina Hutchins

 

Free. No registration required. 

Contact: (510) 526-3720 x5

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

LOCATION: Edith Stone Room

 

Free. No registration required. 

Contact: (510) 526-3720 x5

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

LOCATION: Edith Stone Room

Thursday April 5, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Toddler Time

As your child’s first and best teacher, we invite you to come and participate in early literacy activities with your child. Join us for stories, fingerplays and action rhymes, followed by a 15-minute stay and play time.

This program is designed for children ages 23 months - 3 years and an adult caregiver.

PLEASE NOTE: Space is limited and cannot exceed room capacity.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

 

As your child’s first and best teacher, we invite you to come and participate in early literacy activities with your child. Join us for stories, fingerplays and action rhymes, followed by a 15-minute stay and play time.

This program is designed for children ages 23 months - 3 years and an adult caregiver.

PLEASE NOTE: Space is limited and cannot exceed room capacity.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

 

 
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12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Reading Club

The Albany library is offering a free Reading Club for intermediate level second language learners. Group participants have an opportunity to practice their conversation skills, read high interest books, and meet other learners while practicing their English. The reading group is open to new students. Our volunteer tutor has facilitated this group for the past 4 years. She is very good at encouraging reading, comprehension, pronunciation  and dialogue with adult learners (18 and older).

To sign-up call 510-745-1480

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

The Albany library is offering a free Reading Club for intermediate level second language learners. Group participants have an opportunity to practice their conversation skills, read high interest books, and meet other learners while practicing their English. The reading group is open to new students. Our volunteer tutor has facilitated this group for the past 4 years. She is very good at encouraging reading, comprehension, pronunciation  and dialogue with adult learners (18 and older).

To sign-up call 510-745-1480

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

 
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4:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Paws to Read

Come read stories to a friendly dog, Jake the Majestic Hound.    

Jake is a registered, "Good Citizen!"

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 x. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

Come read stories to a friendly dog, Jake the Majestic Hound.    

Jake is a registered, "Good Citizen!"

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 x. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

Saturday April 7, 2018
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1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Game Day

Looking for something fun to do? 

Game players of all ages are invited to come have fun at the library.

  • Build fun stuff with Lego! 
  • Play Wii games like Guitar Hero, bowling or tennis, or board games such as:
  • Monopoly, Blokus, Life, Connect 4, checkers, chess, Mankala, and Trouble!
  • Bring your friends or come by yourself!

Free and drop in; no registration required.

Contact Reference Desk at 510-526-3720


Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

Looking for something fun to do? 

Game players of all ages are invited to come have fun at the library.

  • Build fun stuff with Lego! 
  • Play Wii games like Guitar Hero, bowling or tennis, or board games such as:
  • Monopoly, Blokus, Life, Connect 4, checkers, chess, Mankala, and Trouble!
  • Bring your friends or come by yourself!

Free and drop in; no registration required.

Contact Reference Desk at 510-526-3720


Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

Monday April 9, 2018
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3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Rockin' Kids Sing-Along with Stephanie Pepitone

Join East Bay children's musician Stephanie Pepitone for some singing, dancing and an instrument petting zoo. 

Fun for all ages; specializing in early childhood development. Featuring a mix of original children's music, multilingual nursery rhymes and family-friendly rock 'n roll favorites.


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

Join East Bay children's musician Stephanie Pepitone for some singing, dancing and an instrument petting zoo. 

Fun for all ages; specializing in early childhood development. Featuring a mix of original children's music, multilingual nursery rhymes and family-friendly rock 'n roll favorites.


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

 
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Drop-in Knitting Group for All Ages

Work on your own project or make pet blankets and children's hats to be donated to charity organizations.  

Yarn and needles provided for charity projects.

No registration necessary.  

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 ex. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

Work on your own project or make pet blankets and children's hats to be donated to charity organizations.  

Yarn and needles provided for charity projects.

No registration necessary.  

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 ex. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

Tuesday April 10, 2018
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2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
'Make a Family Art Mobile!' Workshop

Bring the whole family to create a fun 3D art mobile. Families choose a theme and explore sculpture materials such as fabric, felt, yarn, feathers, and collage papers. Working together, families will make an intergenerational artworkto take home as well as contribute to a community artwork. 

Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions
 

Bring the whole family to create a fun 3D art mobile. Families choose a theme and explore sculpture materials such as fabric, felt, yarn, feathers, and collage papers. Working together, families will make an intergenerational artworkto take home as well as contribute to a community artwork. 

Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions
 

Wednesday April 11, 2018
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12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Computer Tutor by Appointment

Confused by computers? A computer docent wil provide one-on-one tutoring to help you learn to use your computer, tablet, or smart phone. You can also learn to log on to the library's computers, get on the Internet, and find what you are looking for.

Appointments are available on Wednesdays at noon and 12:30pm. 

Call the reference desk at 510-526-3720, extension 5


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

Confused by computers? A computer docent wil provide one-on-one tutoring to help you learn to use your computer, tablet, or smart phone. You can also learn to log on to the library's computers, get on the Internet, and find what you are looking for.

Appointments are available on Wednesdays at noon and 12:30pm. 

Call the reference desk at 510-526-3720, extension 5


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

 
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3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Art Workshop for Kids

PLEASE NOTE: Space for this program is limited and cannot exceed room capacity.




Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions
 

PLEASE NOTE: Space for this program is limited and cannot exceed room capacity.




Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions
 

 
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7:00 PM
Friends of the Albany Library Board Meeting
Thursday April 12, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Toddler Time

As your child’s first and best teacher, we invite you to come and participate in early literacy activities with your child. Join us for stories, fingerplays and action rhymes, followed by a 15-minute stay and play time.

This program is designed for children ages 23 months - 3 years and an adult caregiver.

PLEASE NOTE: Space is limited and cannot exceed room capacity.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

 

As your child’s first and best teacher, we invite you to come and participate in early literacy activities with your child. Join us for stories, fingerplays and action rhymes, followed by a 15-minute stay and play time.

This program is designed for children ages 23 months - 3 years and an adult caregiver.

PLEASE NOTE: Space is limited and cannot exceed room capacity.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

 

 
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12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Reading Club

The Albany library is offering a free Reading Club for intermediate level second language learners. Group participants have an opportunity to practice their conversation skills, read high interest books, and meet other learners while practicing their English. The reading group is open to new students. Our volunteer tutor has facilitated this group for the past 4 years. She is very good at encouraging reading, comprehension, pronunciation  and dialogue with adult learners (18 and older).

To sign-up call 510-745-1480

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

The Albany library is offering a free Reading Club for intermediate level second language learners. Group participants have an opportunity to practice their conversation skills, read high interest books, and meet other learners while practicing their English. The reading group is open to new students. Our volunteer tutor has facilitated this group for the past 4 years. She is very good at encouraging reading, comprehension, pronunciation  and dialogue with adult learners (18 and older).

To sign-up call 510-745-1480

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

 
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4:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Paws to Read

Come read stories to a friendly dog, Jake the Majestic Hound.    

Jake is a registered, "Good Citizen!"

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 x. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

Come read stories to a friendly dog, Jake the Majestic Hound.    

Jake is a registered, "Good Citizen!"

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 x. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

Saturday April 14, 2018
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2:00 PM
Crafts with Margo

Let your imagination soar at Margo's Craft Workshop. 

Free. No registration required. Drop-in's welcome! 
 
Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

Let your imagination soar at Margo's Craft Workshop. 

Free. No registration required. Drop-in's welcome! 
 
Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
Monday April 16, 2018
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3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Rockin' Kids Sing-Along with Stephanie Pepitone

Join East Bay children's musician Stephanie Pepitone for some singing, dancing and an instrument petting zoo. 

Fun for all ages; specializing in early childhood development. Featuring a mix of original children's music, multilingual nursery rhymes and family-friendly rock 'n roll favorites.


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

Join East Bay children's musician Stephanie Pepitone for some singing, dancing and an instrument petting zoo. 

Fun for all ages; specializing in early childhood development. Featuring a mix of original children's music, multilingual nursery rhymes and family-friendly rock 'n roll favorites.


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

 
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Drop-in Knitting Group for All Ages

Work on your own project or make pet blankets and children's hats to be donated to charity organizations.  

Yarn and needles provided for charity projects.

No registration necessary.  

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 ex. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

Work on your own project or make pet blankets and children's hats to be donated to charity organizations.  

Yarn and needles provided for charity projects.

No registration necessary.  

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 ex. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

 
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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
After School Zone

Tuesday April 17, 2018
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3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
After School Zone

 
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Community Poetry Reading

 

COMMUNITY POETRY READING FOR NATIONAL POETRY MONTH

James Cagney is a poet and writer from Oakland, Ca.  He has appeared as a featured poet at venues in Sacramento, San Francisco, Vancouver, Chicago and Mumbai.  His book Black Steel Magnolias In The Hour of Chaos Theory will be published by Nomadic press in August. Visit his blog at https://thedirtyrat.blog/

Susan Cohen’s second book of poems, A Different Wakeful Animal, won the 2015 David Martinson—Meadowhawk Prize from Red Dragonfly Press and was a runner-up for the Philip Levine Prize. She was a reporter, writer for the Washington Post Magazine, and professor at the University of California Graduate School of Journalism before earning an MFA from Pacific University. Her poems have appeared in many journals, including the Greensboro Review, Los Angeles Review, Nimrod, Poet Lore, Salamander, Southern Humanities Review, and the Bloomsbury Anthology of Contemporary Jewish American Poetry. She lives in Berkeley.

Jim Fisher is a group leader and music educator in the after school program at Mira Vista Elementary, and a contributor to the 2017 Richmond Anthology of Poetry. A former Stegner Fellow in poetry at Stanford, you can find his work in recent issues of DIAGRAM, Blue Unicorn, and Canada’s Vallum: Contemporary Poetry. He lives in Kensington.

Laurie Kirkpatrick, an English major at Oberlin long, long ago, returned to writing poetry after raising two daughters and retiring from her career as a clinical psychologist.  She was the featured poet at Hocking Hills Festival of Poetry in Ohio in 2007 and was awarded first prize in the Poetry for Haiti contest in 2010.  She has been published in Red Thread, Gold Thread: The Poet’s Voice and Sunrise from Blue Thunder as well as in The Midwest Quarterly and The Plum Creek Review.  She lives in Albany.

 

 

COMMUNITY POETRY READING FOR NATIONAL POETRY MONTH

James Cagney is a poet and writer from Oakland, Ca.  He has appeared as a featured poet at venues in Sacramento, San Francisco, Vancouver, Chicago and Mumbai.  His book Black Steel Magnolias In The Hour of Chaos Theory will be published by Nomadic press in August. Visit his blog at https://thedirtyrat.blog/

Susan Cohen’s second book of poems, A Different Wakeful Animal, won the 2015 David Martinson—Meadowhawk Prize from Red Dragonfly Press and was a runner-up for the Philip Levine Prize. She was a reporter, writer for the Washington Post Magazine, and professor at the University of California Graduate School of Journalism before earning an MFA from Pacific University. Her poems have appeared in many journals, including the Greensboro Review, Los Angeles Review, Nimrod, Poet Lore, Salamander, Southern Humanities Review, and the Bloomsbury Anthology of Contemporary Jewish American Poetry. She lives in Berkeley.

Jim Fisher is a group leader and music educator in the after school program at Mira Vista Elementary, and a contributor to the 2017 Richmond Anthology of Poetry. A former Stegner Fellow in poetry at Stanford, you can find his work in recent issues of DIAGRAM, Blue Unicorn, and Canada’s Vallum: Contemporary Poetry. He lives in Kensington.

Laurie Kirkpatrick, an English major at Oberlin long, long ago, returned to writing poetry after raising two daughters and retiring from her career as a clinical psychologist.  She was the featured poet at Hocking Hills Festival of Poetry in Ohio in 2007 and was awarded first prize in the Poetry for Haiti contest in 2010.  She has been published in Red Thread, Gold Thread: The Poet’s Voice and Sunrise from Blue Thunder as well as in The Midwest Quarterly and The Plum Creek Review.  She lives in Albany.

 

Wednesday April 18, 2018
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12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Computer Tutor by Appointment

Confused by computers? A computer docent wil provide one-on-one tutoring to help you learn to use your computer, tablet, or smart phone. You can also learn to log on to the library's computers, get on the Internet, and find what you are looking for.

Appointments are available on Wednesdays at noon and 12:30pm. 

Call the reference desk at 510-526-3720, extension 5


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

Confused by computers? A computer docent wil provide one-on-one tutoring to help you learn to use your computer, tablet, or smart phone. You can also learn to log on to the library's computers, get on the Internet, and find what you are looking for.

Appointments are available on Wednesdays at noon and 12:30pm. 

Call the reference desk at 510-526-3720, extension 5


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

 
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2:30 PM - 5:30 PM
After School Zone



Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions
 

 
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6:45 PM - 8:00 PM
Evening Book Group

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

 

Thursday April 19, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Toddler Time

As your child’s first and best teacher, we invite you to come and participate in early literacy activities with your child. Join us for stories, fingerplays and action rhymes, followed by a 15-minute stay and play time.

This program is designed for children ages 23 months - 3 years and an adult caregiver.

PLEASE NOTE: Space is limited and cannot exceed room capacity.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

 

As your child’s first and best teacher, we invite you to come and participate in early literacy activities with your child. Join us for stories, fingerplays and action rhymes, followed by a 15-minute stay and play time.

This program is designed for children ages 23 months - 3 years and an adult caregiver.

PLEASE NOTE: Space is limited and cannot exceed room capacity.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

 

 
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12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Reading Club

The Albany library is offering a free Reading Club for intermediate level second language learners. Group participants have an opportunity to practice their conversation skills, read high interest books, and meet other learners while practicing their English. The reading group is open to new students. Our volunteer tutor has facilitated this group for the past 4 years. She is very good at encouraging reading, comprehension, pronunciation  and dialogue with adult learners (18 and older).

To sign-up call 510-745-1480

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

The Albany library is offering a free Reading Club for intermediate level second language learners. Group participants have an opportunity to practice their conversation skills, read high interest books, and meet other learners while practicing their English. The reading group is open to new students. Our volunteer tutor has facilitated this group for the past 4 years. She is very good at encouraging reading, comprehension, pronunciation  and dialogue with adult learners (18 and older).

To sign-up call 510-745-1480

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

 
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4:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Paws to Read

Come read stories to a friendly dog, Jake the Majestic Hound.    

Jake is a registered, "Good Citizen!"

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 x. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

Come read stories to a friendly dog, Jake the Majestic Hound.    

Jake is a registered, "Good Citizen!"

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 x. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

Saturday April 21, 2018
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Japanese Storytime

Stories in Japanese!  

We will read Japanese picture books and sing Japanese songs. 

Contact: storytime.jp.albany@gmail.com.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

Stories in Japanese!  

We will read Japanese picture books and sing Japanese songs. 

Contact: storytime.jp.albany@gmail.com.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

Monday April 23, 2018
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3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Rockin' Kids Sing-Along with Stephanie Pepitone

Join East Bay children's musician Stephanie Pepitone for some singing, dancing and an instrument petting zoo. 

Fun for all ages; specializing in early childhood development. Featuring a mix of original children's music, multilingual nursery rhymes and family-friendly rock 'n roll favorites.


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

Join East Bay children's musician Stephanie Pepitone for some singing, dancing and an instrument petting zoo. 

Fun for all ages; specializing in early childhood development. Featuring a mix of original children's music, multilingual nursery rhymes and family-friendly rock 'n roll favorites.


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

 
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Drop-in Knitting Group for All Ages

Work on your own project or make pet blankets and children's hats to be donated to charity organizations.  

Yarn and needles provided for charity projects.

No registration necessary.  

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 ex. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

Work on your own project or make pet blankets and children's hats to be donated to charity organizations.  

Yarn and needles provided for charity projects.

No registration necessary.  

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 ex. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

 
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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
After School Zone

Tuesday April 24, 2018
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3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
After School Zone

 
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7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Best of the 2018 Albany FilmFest
Wednesday April 25, 2018
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12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Computer Tutor by Appointment

Confused by computers? A computer docent wil provide one-on-one tutoring to help you learn to use your computer, tablet, or smart phone. You can also learn to log on to the library's computers, get on the Internet, and find what you are looking for.

Appointments are available on Wednesdays at noon and 12:30pm. 

Call the reference desk at 510-526-3720, extension 5


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

Confused by computers? A computer docent wil provide one-on-one tutoring to help you learn to use your computer, tablet, or smart phone. You can also learn to log on to the library's computers, get on the Internet, and find what you are looking for.

Appointments are available on Wednesdays at noon and 12:30pm. 

Call the reference desk at 510-526-3720, extension 5


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

 
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1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Great Books Discussion Group

 

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

 
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2:30 PM - 5:30 PM
After School Zone



Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions
 

Thursday April 26, 2018
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10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Toddler Time

As your child’s first and best teacher, we invite you to come and participate in early literacy activities with your child. Join us for stories, fingerplays and action rhymes, followed by a 15-minute stay and play time.

This program is designed for children ages 23 months - 3 years and an adult caregiver.

PLEASE NOTE: Space is limited and cannot exceed room capacity.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

 

As your child’s first and best teacher, we invite you to come and participate in early literacy activities with your child. Join us for stories, fingerplays and action rhymes, followed by a 15-minute stay and play time.

This program is designed for children ages 23 months - 3 years and an adult caregiver.

PLEASE NOTE: Space is limited and cannot exceed room capacity.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

 

 
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12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Reading Club

The Albany library is offering a free Reading Club for intermediate level second language learners. Group participants have an opportunity to practice their conversation skills, read high interest books, and meet other learners while practicing their English. The reading group is open to new students. Our volunteer tutor has facilitated this group for the past 4 years. She is very good at encouraging reading, comprehension, pronunciation  and dialogue with adult learners (18 and older).

To sign-up call 510-745-1480

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

The Albany library is offering a free Reading Club for intermediate level second language learners. Group participants have an opportunity to practice their conversation skills, read high interest books, and meet other learners while practicing their English. The reading group is open to new students. Our volunteer tutor has facilitated this group for the past 4 years. She is very good at encouraging reading, comprehension, pronunciation  and dialogue with adult learners (18 and older).

To sign-up call 510-745-1480

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

 
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4:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Paws to Read

Come read stories to a friendly dog, Jake the Majestic Hound.    

Jake is a registered, "Good Citizen!"

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 x. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

Come read stories to a friendly dog, Jake the Majestic Hound.    

Jake is a registered, "Good Citizen!"

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 x. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions

Saturday April 28, 2018
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1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Jane Austen Book Club
Monday April 30, 2018
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3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Rockin' Kids Sing-Along with Stephanie Pepitone

Join East Bay children's musician Stephanie Pepitone for some singing, dancing and an instrument petting zoo. 

Fun for all ages; specializing in early childhood development. Featuring a mix of original children's music, multilingual nursery rhymes and family-friendly rock 'n roll favorites.


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

Join East Bay children's musician Stephanie Pepitone for some singing, dancing and an instrument petting zoo. 

Fun for all ages; specializing in early childhood development. Featuring a mix of original children's music, multilingual nursery rhymes and family-friendly rock 'n roll favorites.


Location: ALBANY LIBRARY - Get Directions

 
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Drop-in Knitting Group for All Ages

Work on your own project or make pet blankets and children's hats to be donated to charity organizations.  

Yarn and needles provided for charity projects.

No registration necessary.  

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 ex. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

Work on your own project or make pet blankets and children's hats to be donated to charity organizations.  

Yarn and needles provided for charity projects.

No registration necessary.  

Contact: Reference Desk (510) 526-3720 ex. 5 with questions.

Location: ALBANY BRANCH - Get Directions
 

 
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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
After School Zone


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